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  • Sanctuary of Our Lady of Copacabana in Peru, sacred poem ()

    In Lima, in the year 1641, the poem Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Copacabana en el  Perú composed by the Augustinian, member of the Holy Office (Inquisición), Fernando de Valverde. The poem, composed of 18 silvas, is dedicated to the Virgin and its sanctuary of Copacabana. Carlos García Bedoya, in...

  • Life of Santa Rosa de Santa María … Heroic poem , ()

    Luis Antonio de Oviedo and Herrera, Conde of the Granja, published in Madrid the year 1711 one of the most relevant epic poems of the Viceroyalty of Peru: Vida de Santa Rosa (Life of Saint Rose) is a clear example of the totalizing imperial discourse of the epic: to the...

  • Natalis Comitis mythologiae sive explicationum fabularum libri decem… ()

    Natalis Comitis mythologiae sive explicationum fabularum libri decem in quibus omnia propè Naturalis & Moralis Philosophia dogmata contenta fuisse demonstratur... Venecia, 1581 Mythology * by Natale Conti is, perhaps, one of the most influential mythographic treatises of the European Renaissance. Its author, born in Rome and based in Venice, witnessed...

  • Emblemata centum regio politica ()

    This is perhaps the most important book for the political study of the Spanish emblem: the Emblemata centum regio politica by Juan de Solórzano Pereira are a clear example of how mythography, that is, the interpretation of the Greco-Latin myths, served as the underlying discourse for the formulation of government...